You can find out more about what types of things you can make a report about here.
For example, tell us:
• what happened?
• when did it happen?
• where did it happen?
• who was involved (the name of the police officers and any other people, if you know)
• If related to NSW Police Force, the station or Police Command if known.
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You don’t need to give us your name or contact details if you don’t want to. But it may be harder for us to assess or investigate any anonymous information.
It’s a good idea to give us a way to contact you.
Referring your information
The law says that, most of the time, the New South Wales Police Force or the NSW Crime Commission should manage complaints made against them. This makes the Police and the Crime Commission take responsibility for the actions of their officers.
We review the way in which Police or Crime Commission handle these complaints. We can also require the Police or Crime Commission to investigate complaints. We can also investigate a complaint ourself if that is appropriate.
You can find out more about our role here.
This means we refer most complaints to the Police or Crime Commission.
Do you agree that we can give the information you’ve given us to the NSW Police or the NSW Crime Commission?
If you don’t want us to refer your information (if you don’t agree) you can untick the box in question 20.
But this may mean that we can’t take any action on your information.
We will assess your information and decide what, if any, action we can take.
You will not be contacted further unless deemed necessary.